FEMININE ELEMENTS IN MASCULINE WEAR
This project takes its starting point from the trend of feminine elements incorporated in masculine apparel.
With textiles as the media and final product, the project intends to push the boundaries of expression in masculine streetwear and what this may contain looking into the future.
The project was done in collaboration with designer and design firm Bibi Chemnitz. Native greenlander living in Copenhagen, Denmark. Her native background as well as her current base in CPH lays the base for a masculine streetwear style and persona best referred to as The Urban Inuit.
FOUR ELEMENTS TO TAKE FROM DART MODEL ANALYSIS
MOOD BOARDS / WORKTOOL
Boards developed to create a visual starting point and consensus with collaborative partner Bibi Chemnitz. Furthermore used as a inspirational working tool for developing process.
further imagery THAT HELPED INFUse GREENLAND INto THE PROCESS
pATTERN INSPIRATION AND DEVELOPMENT FROM GREENLAND
Native eskimo women's tattoos used as inspiration for pattern development for print and lazercut.
WOMENS NATIONAL CLOTHING AS INSPIRATION FOR MENSWEAR TEXTILES
closeup of textiles developed from above experiments & inspiration
WEAVING PROCESS - DOING YARN COMPOSITIONS TO UNDERSTAND COLOURS
DOUBLEWEAVE-LOOM THEME: THICK VS THIN / MASCULINe VS FEMININE
a TREND STATEMENT Was DEVELOPED FOR EACH OF the THree final TEXTILE COLLECTIONS
products below were later developed by bibi chemnitz with print from my bachelor
all product images collected from website of Bibi Chemnitz
"The Weather Diaries" by Cooper & Gorfer (images from BIBI CHEMNITZ part of the book)
All imagery was merely used for inspiration